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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 29, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(No location given: Donna Willis) University of Wisconsin research project designed to provide easy access to information for patients in a medical crisis via home computers featured. [Breast cancer patient Buff SCHOENFELD†- says she gets information in private on the Internet.] [University of Wisconsin Dr. David GUSTAFSON†- says the system provides information about disease & treatment.] [Breast cancer patient Candi BRADLEY†- outlines her questions about her cancer.] Sample medical software programs explained. [AMA's Dr. Roy SCHWARZ†- notes a little knowledge is dangerous.]

Williams, Brian;
Willis, Donna

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